There has been a lot of good advice written about buying and selling boats but after personally buying over 20 boats and being involved in the purchase and sale of many more through my website and other sources, there are some pointers that I would like to share about selling boats that I haven't seen … Continue reading Tips For Selling a Boat
Not sure about the type of fishing boat to buy? Boats are specialized, so what you buy should be largely determined by how you will enjoy the water. When it comes to fishing, setting sail in the right boat is the single most important step. Your goal should be to end up buying the right … Continue reading Small to Medium Sized Fishing Boats →
The following article presents the very latest information on when you should pay cash for a fishing boat or finance it. If you have a particular interest in how you can afford to pay for the fishing boat of your choice, then this informative article is required reading. Knowledge can give you a real advantage. … Continue reading When Do You Pay Cash Or Finance A Fishing Boat? →
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DID YOU KNOW? * In 1927, Garnet Carter patented the first miniature golf game, which he called “Tom Thumb Golf.” He hoped his mini-golf course, located on Lookout Mountain in Tennessee, would attract people to his neighboring hotel and its full-length golf course. Turned out, his putt-putt course became more popular than his regulation-size golf … Continue reading Newton's guide to putt-putt: discover how physics can help you sink golf putts like a professional. →
My favorite deer: this Alaskan hunting veteran reveals all for planning a guaranteed Sitka blacktail hunt.
IF YOU WERE TO shoot a quiver full of flaming arrows in my direction to make me choose only one big game species to bowhunt for the rest of my life, I’d select Alaska’s Sitka blacktail — before I ever got singed. I could give many reasons for that, but among them would be the … Continue reading My favorite deer: this Alaskan hunting veteran reveals all for planning a guaranteed Sitka blacktail hunt. →
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] SUCCESSFUL THERAPY, I’VE HEARD BEGINS WITH ADMITTING THAT YOU HAVE A PROBLEM. WELL, I ADMIT IT–I’M A FISHERIES BIOLOGIST AND AN ANGLER. AND I’M HARDCORE–BOTH PURSUITS ARE PRETTY CENTRAL IN MY LIFE AND FILL UP A LOT OF MY WAKING MOMENTS. NOW, I DON’T REALLY CONSIDER EITHER OF THESE ACTIVITIES A PROBLEM (ALTHOUGH … Continue reading Myth busters: science explores walleye lore. →
OCS penalty is it fair? Being deemed on course side at the start will ruin your whole day, if not your season. A clear understanding of the rule is important for competitors and race officers are able to help them avoid this predicament.
Saturday dawns under a beautiful cloudless sky. By 10 am a light north-east breeze is already wafting down the Harbour. You take breakfast at the club. The crew arrives early and makes a few minor adjustments. Your Sydney 42 Twin Sister is now 12 months old, tuned, tested and race proven. It has been performing … Continue reading OCS penalty is it fair? Being deemed on course side at the start will ruin your whole day, if not your season. A clear understanding of the rule is important for competitors and race officers are able to help them avoid this predicament. →
Holland, Michigan (PRWEB) December 02, 2011 Powerquest Boats, a long time “make you stop and look” boat – after decades of operations and developing premier status in the industry, will liquidated by order of secured creditor. All assets, remaining equipment, & boat molds will be sold to the highest bidder via online auction. Powerquest is … Continue reading Huge Liquidation Online Auction- Powerquest Boats, Holland MI →